Young Couple Stopped with Invitation

by mrquik 10 Replies latest jw experiences

  • mrquik
    mrquik

    I had a young couple stop by yesterday to drop off an invitation to the Memorial. I told them I was a Bible student & had studied a number of religions. I got into all the hot topics. 1914, pedophile payoffs, overlapping generation nonsense, etc. I had them for a good 1/2 hour on my porch. The husband kept spouting the company line & the wife never said a word. As he realized he was just digging himself in deeper, he finally said a hurried good-bye. As they left, I encouraged them to ask questions. If what you believe is true, questions will only strengthen the truth. I feel bad that another young couple will waste their lives serving men.

  • OUTLAW
    OUTLAW

    As he realized he was just digging himself in deeper, he finally said a hurried good-bye.

    We Called On You Today, To Tell You..

    We`re Too Busy To Talk To You.......BYE!..

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  • snowbird
    snowbird

    All we can do is plant the seeds ...

    LOL @ Outlaw.

    Sylvia

  • OUTLAW
    OUTLAW

    (((Sylvia)))

  • snowbird
    snowbird


    Sylvia

  • ToesUp
    ToesUp

    You know when they get back into the car, they feel sorry and judge you to the max.

    The interesting thing is, we all feel sorry for them. They are stuck in a cult. You don't see it until you leave. That nagging little voice telling you something in the org is wrong. We don't have that little voice nagging us anymore. We have figured it out...it's a cult.

  • My Name is of No Consequence
    My Name is of No Consequence

    Is it me, or are the witnesses staying at the doors longer whenever they encounter an "apostate"?

  • biblexaminer
    biblexaminer

    Witnesses are already doubting their "faith", and they don't even realize it in most cases.

    ...and they seem to want to try to convince others, really trying to convince themselves.

  • OnTheWayOut
    OnTheWayOut

    Good job. As I was walking past a parking lot on a busy atreet, I had JW's try to wave me over to their car as they parked in a good spot to begin their preaching. The passenger held what looked to be a Memorial Invite and got my attention. Even though I declined to step over, I sensed the joy of the car group that they had ifficialky started their time.

  • stuckinarut2
    stuckinarut2

    Well said ToesUp!